The Starline Rhythm Boys band will help funds for flood-damaged Vermont farms, Oct. 5 at Shelburne Farms.
Great locally produced food donated by the Inn at Shelburne Farms and Starry Night served in a spectacular lakeside setting with a popular local band providing the music—it adds up to a not-to-be-missed benefit for the Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund.
On Wednesday, Oct. 5, from 5 to 8 p.m., at the Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms, there will be barbecued beef, pork and lamb and a vegetarian option, vegetables and salads from the Farms’ Market Garden and delicious desserts from Starry Night Café. And the popular Starline Rhythm Boys will be playing for listening and dancing.
Cost for tickets is $20 with the opportunity to donate more.
All proceeds will go to the Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund, administered by the Vermont Community Foundation and the Vermont Agency of Agriculture where, according to Agency Secretary, Chuck Ross, “the fund creates a vehicle where we can connect the resources of concerned donors to the needs of affected farmers who have suffered damages from Tropical Storm Irene.”
To purchase advance tickets, go to the Shelburne Farms on-line store at www.shelburnefarms.org" www.shelburnefarms.org.